The Socialist

The Socialist 23 May 2012

Action now to save the NHS!

The Socialist issue 719

Hospital jobs scandal - Action now to save the NHS!

Con-Dems' hypocrisy over children's care

Our education under attack

Council workers in Cheshire strike against attacks on pay


We stand 100% with the Greek workers

Rochdale: far right attempts to exploit tragedy of abuse

Them & Us


Ireland: 31 May referendum

Eurovision hosts are top of the charts for repression


Back to work? How the system fails the unemployed

Mullivaikal 2012 - Solidarity with the Tamil people

Lincolnshire academies in crisis

Profit hungry 'Big Oil' backs climate change deniers

The housing crisis - action needed now

Youth Fight for Jobs Northern Ireland launched in Belfast

Building the electoral alternative in Brent

Stockland Green march for jobs

More attacks on right to campaign


Interview with RMT assistant general secretary candidate

AEI Cables: "Thrown out in disgraceful circumstances"

Leadership shows weakness at CWU conference

Workplace news in brief

National Shop Stewards Network

 
 
 

PO Box 24697, London, E11 1YD

020 8988 8777

editors@socialistparty.org.uk

the socialist - paper of the Socialist Party

In this issue:

The Socialist 23 May 2012, Action now to save the NHS!

Fighting the cuts

March to save the NHS, 17 May 2011 , photo Paul Mattsson

March to save the NHS, 17 May 2011 , photo Paul Mattsson

spot Hospital jobs scandal - Action now to save the NHS!

Campaigns are taking place across Britain to save children's services, photo by  Socialist Party

Campaigns are taking place across Britain to save children's services, photo by Socialist Party

spot Con-Dems' hypocrisy over children's care

spot Our education under attack

Chester Library protest - 12th May 2012, photo by Anna Vickery

spot Council workers in Cheshire strike against attacks on pay

Mass boycott of the household tax in Ireland, photo  Socialist Party Ireland

Mass boycott of the household tax in Ireland, photo Socialist Party Ireland

spot Ireland: 31 May referendum

spot Eurovision hosts are top of the charts for repression